Steve Mudd, aka Roger Bailey from Bismarck, writes about "how a colossal miscalculation by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers impacted a Bismarck family during the almost Biblical proportion flood of 2011."
That family is his, and he chronicles in 20 chapters with wit and irony the challenge the faced to save their home on the Missouri River. Several photos are also included.
The book begins on May 31 and ends on November 1, as Bailey tells of the "conspiracy of sorts by the city, county, state, National Guard and U.S. Army Corps of Engineers" to give residents adequate time to prepare levees to protect the city.
95 pages. Softcover